If great sound combined with vast creative possibilities is your goal, you've come to the right place with Roland amplifiers and effects. Founded in 1972, Roland is dedicated to building better technology in easy-to-use designs and they understand the importance of increasing volume without losing tone or quality. If you're a guitarist who plays the local music scene, a beginner hobbyist, or an experienced rocker with legions of adoring fans, Roland has an amplifier or effect to suit your needs. Eric Johnson, Dave Navarro and Gus G are a few recording artists that trust their tone to Roland, and with one glance through their diverse catalog of products, you'll understand why.
Roland offers a wide selection of amplifiers and effects, but there's no need to feel overwhelmed in your search. If you travel a lot from home to stage or studio, you probably don't want to be lugging large, heavy equipment everywhere, so a combo amp may be a perfect solution. The top-selling Cube-40X 40W 1x10 Guitar Combo Amp is a great choice for gigging, recording and practice. Small and portable, this amp packs 40 watts of power and a 10-inch speaker in a conveniently compact, easy-carry size. Even better, it offers three channels and three independent effects sections for added versatility.
Want to give your riffs a boost of energy and excitement? Take a look at the best-selling GR-55 Guitar Synthesizer, which combines PCM synthesis with digital instrument modeling derived from the respected VG-99 V-guitar system. With over 900 sounds including pianos, organs, strings, percussion, vintage and modern synths, this powerful synth pedal helps to elevate your skills to whole new levels.
These are just a couple of examples from Roland's diverse selection of amplifiers. From acoustic and electric guitars to basses and keyboards, Roland has an amp to fit the bill no matter what you play. Add their library of pedals and effects on top of those, and it's safe to say that Roland has you covered when it comes to making you sound better than you ever dreamed possible.